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Home Selling in Arkansas : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 11, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
What can and cannot be done depends on how your contract was written. Interpretation of the contract terms and advice on how to proceed should come from a local real estate attorney as we agents cannot give legal advice. I hope things work out to your satisfaction. ... more
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Tue Mar 10, 2015
Ryan Desch answered:
Sold data is typically protected information, held by local MLS's, brokers, and boards. Without the help of those resources, finding sold data is extremely difficult, you will not find it online. You can always call a local agent to research a given area, depending on what you're trying to do, like get a valuation on your own home. ... more
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Wed Mar 4, 2015
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
They do not, if you want your home to appear here you will need to find a licensed professional to work with.
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Sat Jan 31, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
You will not be able to list your home here if you are selling it yourself, only licensed agents can list homes for sale on Trulia
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Mon Jan 19, 2015
Heather Crabtree answered:
I know here in CT at least there is a bit of a "lag" from when something is changed in MLS to the time it reflects on Trulia and similar sites. I would give it a few couple days the longest I have seen it take is 5 days.

Good Luck!
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Tue Dec 23, 2014
Kami Burton answered:
What's your ballpark selling price?
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Fri Dec 5, 2014
Yanoska Diaz answered:
Not understanding what you mean by "I add my home". If the property appears sold, it may be referring to a previous sale, please double check the date.
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Tue Nov 25, 2014
Trish Smith answered:
I am curious if you sold this property. I have a buyer that might be interested if it has acreage.

Trish
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Wed Nov 12, 2014
Tanya Ess-Young answered:
Tim is right. Unfortunately Trulia unlike Zillow does not allow an individual home owner to list their home for sell.
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Sat Nov 8, 2014
Jennie Miller, Pllc answered:
Most Realtors haven't figured out that homes sell/rent so much faster with professional photos. It is not expensive at all to have photos taken and I suspect that most agents are just lazy or too broke to spend the money. ... more
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Fri Nov 7, 2014
Tony Emanueli answered:
Not a real good Idea , there are many buyers that are very serious about buying homes in the last quarter of the year.
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Fri Nov 7, 2014
John Sacktig answered:
Hi Justin,

Regardless of third party authorization, the offer should come to you first. Period. The third party authorization is for your Realtor or attorney to discuss paperwork to be submitted on your behalf for the shortsale. Your agent should not be submitting anything without your approval or knowledge,

Something sounds fishy to me if the Realtor is submitting an offer behind your back on your behalf.
I would demand that she bring that offer to your attention immediately.

Although you own the house on paper, the bank will be making the decision on whether or not to accept what is presented. I would say present no matter what offer comes in to get the ball rolling with the bank, but if you have no idea of the offer, still sounds fishy.

There are a whole host of problems with this. Address the offer first with your Realtor, see if that Realtor is also the selling agent... at that point, who is buying it?
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Mon Sep 29, 2014
Jason Edington answered:
There is no doubt there is more money in a Bedroom than in the Laundry Room, when it comes to return on investment... The real question would depend on what is common in your neighborhood. Personally I didn't mind having the laundry room located outside in the carport, when I purchased my home. But this was common in my neighborhood. The difference between sales price for an indoor laundry room vs the carport was minimal in my case. If your home is currently on the market, just gage the responses of those you have shown the home too. If you listen to their feedback, they will tell you what you need to do - or not do - every time. ... more
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Wed Aug 20, 2014
Rick Shelton answered:
Hi, Janet,

I know this question is a few weeks old, but I thought I'd answer it for you. The county record shows the property to be 2.89 acres. The issue will need to be addressed with the assessors office to make that change. You might take your current survey and deed there, and clarify the oversight if there is one. Best of luck. Here is the county record: https://www.actdatascout.com/CountyHome/ParcelView?county=Washington&state=AR ... more
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Sat Aug 16, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
no, most companies only get paid when they sell your property. Yes some may charge upfront so shop around. Chose the best not just the biggest
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Thu Aug 7, 2014
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Sat Jul 19, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
Of course you can.
Have a chat with your REALTOR and follow the instruction provided.
Most certainly you will need to sign the cancellation documents and make any provision stated in the cancellation clause.

Hopefully, your husband is returning to Florida with a big raise!
Hmmm, maybe you need a bigger house now!
Just kidding.

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax
Palm Harbor, FL
727.420.4041
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Wed Jul 16, 2014
Larry Brinkley answered:
I have worked on developement negotiations in Michigan. These developers will pay more than market value for your property. I am in Arkansas now. One of us Realtors will be happy to represent you in your negotiations. Supply and demand can drive price up. Let us know how we can help. ... more
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Mon Jun 2, 2014
Julann Carney answered:
Undeveloped lots can take a long time to sell. However, ensuring that photos are used in your advertising & describing the area in detail may spark more interest. You can also use satellite imagery from google maps to show topography. Some developers in Arkansas are offering short term owner financing to also spur sales. Many agents forget that land must have as many images as improved property. Land typically does take the longest time to sell. Best wishes! ... more
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